BURNABY – The Burnaby Task Force On Homelessness is hosting the fourth annual Twice Feels Nice, a collaboration with local businesses, agencies, schools, and faith communities to gather donations of clothing, blankets and food for Burnaby’s less fortunate.
The theme for this successful annual event is Twice Feels Nice. “It feels nice to share your used items with someone in need.”
“Clothing provides essential protection against the elements, serves to keep people safe, dry and warm while also assisting someone living in extreme poverty to function within society to access housing, food, services, training and employment. This is an opportunity to recycle and benefit people in need,” reports Wanda Mulholland Burnaby Task Force On Homelessness.
“The Burnaby Task Force On Homelessness is grateful for the continued partnership with Creekside Community Church in ensuring the success of this important event,” states Wanda Mulholland Burnaby Task Force On Homelessness.
The Burnaby Task Force On Homelessness invites any interested persons to participate in Twice Feels Nice by bringing their donated items to the parking lot of the Central Christian Assembly 5585 Imperial on Saturday May 14 between 12:00 noon and 2:00pm.
The most urgent needs at this time include: clothing for adult men and women: coats, jeans, shirts, sweaters, shoes and boots, clean new or gently used blankets. Please note that donations will not be distributed during the Twice Feels Nice event.